Jun 26

Avoiding Hair Damage When Getting Relaxer and Color

Whenever you want to get permanent color or a lightener in your hair, always get the relaxer first. After about one or two weeks, then get the color. If you get the color first, you risk damaging your hair.

Read more

Jun 26

Choosing the Right Shampoo

Beware of sodium laureth sulfate shampoos. This is the foaming agent in most shampoos. This sodium laureth sulfate is very drying to natural hair. So, it cannot be good to chemically treated hair. Look for a shampoo that has sulfate-free on the container. A lot of these sulfate-free shampoos state that it is for color treated hair which lets you know that it is gentle for all types of hair.

Read more

Jun 26

The Truth About Hair Brushing

It is perfectly fine to brush hair that is naturally straight or straight from a relaxer or press and curl. Never brush hair that is wet or has a permanent wave(a curl). Last, never brush hair before a chemical service, such as getting a relaxer. This will damage the hair.

Read more

Jun 26

Some Hair Used for Weaves Can Damage Your Hair

Did you know that the cheap synthetic and so-called human hair used for weaves (hair under $100 an ounce) is made of fiberglass? Fiberglass cuts into our hair. No wonder we have such hair loss upon removing extensions/ weaves.

Read more